August 21, 1988 (35)
Kacey Musgraves is a popular country singer and winner of six Grammy Awards, seven Country Music Association Awards, and three Academy of Country Music Awards. Kacey’s self-released three solo albums and later appeared in the fifth season of the USA Network’s country singing competition Nashville Star in 2007. The fourth studio album, Golden Hour (2018), won all four of its nominated Grammy Award categories, including Album of the Year and Best Country Album.
Musgraves’ career is notable for her collaborations with a diverse array of artists. She has worked with country music legend Willie Nelson, pop star Katy Perry, and Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson in “Guess You Had to Be There.” Other collaborations include Dolly Parton, Harry Styles, and Troye Sivan, showcasing her work across genres.
Her accolades include six Grammy Awards, with significant recognition for “Golden Hour” and “Same Trailer Different Park.” She has also been honored with several Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Awards, underlining her impact in both the country and broader music scenes.